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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1888)
“A GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE, AND BY THE PEOPLE.”
LAFAYETTE, YAMHILL COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 13,1888.
Mr. Cleveland was on Tuesday
E. E. Selph will secure a place for
notified of .his nomination Mrs. Hulburt; allow $2. per week
___ (From our Regular Correspondent.)
j UBJBD EVEBY FRIDAY
from July 1st.
W ashington , June 29, 1888.
1 by the committee appointed by the
- at -
N. L. Wiley appointed supervisor
Verily the republican mountain 1 chairman of the St. Louis, conven of toad district 35, vice G. W.Evans
hath brought forth a mouse. The tion. He responded in a few well resigned.
Report of WnZ Merci ihtfnt
' conti n-
party which elected Lincoln, the timed remarks, and stated tjiat he
rail splitter, G rant, the tanner, and would communicate further with ued for want of affidavit.
Garfield the tow-path boy, and the party at large shortly by issuing
for Webfoot bridge for $661; i ork
which has so loudly claimed to be his letter of acceptance. The com- to be completed by August 1st.
ur rear, in advance..........
Alfred Wilson appointed si per-
. 1 00 the peoples’ party, the friend of the mitte went to Columbus Wednesday
'iu Bonlh.ln advace....
visor in district 14.
“mudsils,” eto., has taken a new evening to notify Mr. Thurman.
C. C. Linden appointed ju Mice
»d at the postoffice in Lafayette. departure this time. They-have
An amusing incident occurred at
and J. M. Wooden, constaBla
m second class matter.
selected a member of the blue- the White "House Tuesday. Mr. Willamina precinct.
blooded silk stocking aristocracy to Leroy Springs, a member of the no
Adjourned to July 22, 1888.
head their ticket, whose only dis tification committee from South
Carolina, during a conversation
............... Grover Cleveland tinction is that he is the grandson
J A Buchanan................................ $ I » 00
■’Jstate .................Thoa.. F. Bayard of his grandfather^jnd have hitched with Mrs. Cleveland, remarked that M E Miles.................
otTreMory ........... CI im .K
of the interier...................w.
Vilaa on to the tail a New York banker, South Carolina would give the pres G W Babcock............
MraA. E Young........
Wm. C. Endicott
O KavV. 7.
w. C. Whitney whose only distinction is the posses ident 40,000 majority,, but that if Thomas H Waters ..
Garland sion of many barrels of ready cash the woman suffrage people would Robt Morse.
G W Evans.
which he is expected to distribute nominate her, she would receive the L Loughary.
around liberally during the cam unanimous vote of the state. “But,” D B Kingery
............u I J. N. Dolph
W W Walker
. ............ Binger Hermann paign.
Harrison and Morton is a queer laughingly, “I’m not that kind of a G
...............Sylvester Pennoyer kind of a ticket to ask a working woman.”
Newberg Lumber Co
..............G?0‘ W. McBride
.. G. W. Webb man to vote for, but of course the
The fight for revenue reform is
A M Waddle .
jlic Iustructioa.,.. •. ,E" B. McElroy
. Frank Baker republican
managers expect the again raging in the house. There B H Springer.
W. W. Thayer,
support of thousands of the wage will be no rest until a final vote is J Geo
Wm. P. Lord,
Judge«. ..... ............
IL 8. Hü ah an.
workers of the country. The ques taken upon the Mills bill. When Monroe Mulkey
that will be is at present extremely I D W Laughlin
............................... R. P. Boise tion is will they get them? Time
............................. g « o . w . Beit will tell. If the Chinese had. votes doubtful.
.............W k. Bradshaw
General Sheridan has gone to his U Badley....
they would doubtless be solid for
.........................................L. Longbarv Harrison.
summer cottage on the Massachu F T Keys...
..................... Geo. W. Briedwell
8 R Baxter.
.. T.J. Harris
The democrats in congress are setts coast.
. W, W. Nelson
~T“~ COUNTY COURT.------- — Noah Heater
.... J. D. Fenton
< George Dorsey
J L Hoskins
PROBATE—LAUGH ARY, JUDGE.
......................... }J. S. Hibbs
shows: ^lenator McPherson—“It is
G R Bristow
Estate of Robert A. Steward; JW Watts .
f John Thompson a very vVHak ticket. In the first
final account to be heard August 6, J L Ferguson ..
i Thomas Huston
R P Ungerman
place Harrison has no element of 1888.
1 M J Ramsey
| Henry Hopkins
Estate of Nancy Moor; inventory Timothy Goodrich
I Z E Perkins
........ E. Carpenter his Chinese record will lose the Pa': approved.
F D Stott............
........ :.B .W Dunn
Estate of Eliza B. Moor; inventory David Stout........
...W. W.Nelaon cific slope, and I do not see how he
Wm Campbed ..
can hope1 to carry any doubtful
THE LAW OF NKW8I*APHIS.
Estate of Emma Crawford; will JrW Cook....
bscri era who do not give express no state.” Senator Butler—“The nomi-
admitted to probate, and Medoruni C A Wallace
lie contiarv are considered as wishing
me their ¿ubacriptione.
nation is the weakest the repub Crawford appointed sole executor Chas Palfner.
gnb^ribers order the discontinuance of
riodicalh the publishers inav continue to licans could possibly have made. without bonds; John Wortman, J. J. SPotter...T..
m until all arrears are paia.
Spencer ’arid J. W. Cowles -appoint P M Scroggin
ribersTTegl^t to nF reftrse" to take
L W Harger..........
riodicnl« from tl e office to which they ularity, and has no claims to states ed appraisers.
in directed, they are "held reaponaible
Estate of Joel J. Hembree; final Samuel Woodward
have settled their bill an»’ ordered manship.
I served with him for a account continued to August 20.
Estate of John W. Murray ;-inven-. ' Merritt
ubscribera move to other plaeea with- long period on the committee on
Miner. . ..
■min« the publisher, and the papers are
tory approved, and petition to sell J R Forrest...
the funner direction, they are he d
W H H Cary .
certain that he possesses no ele personal property granted.
■ courts have decided that refusing to
Estate of Frank Kloucheck; peti R L Booth. ..
E M Briedwell
todicals from the office or removing ment of leadership.” Senator Har
tion for allowance of $10 pending E R Harrison..,.
ing theta uncallad for is prima facie
ris—“Harrison is as good a man as administration allowed.
i of intentiona l fraud.
i postmaster who neglects to give the
Estate of Adaline Fullquartz; ex O G Davis . „ .
ice of the neglect of a person to take the democrats could have desired.
office the pappr addressed to him, is If we cannot beat him, we cannot ecutor to pay claims, distribute leg Ed Hendrix..
F N Little ....
o to the publisher for the subscription
beat anybody.” Senator Faulkner acies, after which executor is dis C H Vaughn .
1) M Ramsey
—“Harrison is a weak man. I can
Guardianship of Charles D. Jump; J G-Lewis....
J M Crawford.
is will be held at the following t mes not Bee how a man defeated three 12th annual report approved.
is by the M. E. pastor in charge of the or four iimes in his own state can
Guardianship of Ophir Brandt; Joseph
Dr A Mills ....
iday—11 a’, m. West Ch ehale m; 3 p, hope to be elected.” Representa
Guardianship of Henry Waller, W L Bradshaw
lay— Lafayette, morning and evening,
Martha J. Waller Amy Gracie Wal F L Sappington
.day—11 a. m. Pike Bchool house; Hat stand a ghost of a show. California
H M Roberts ..
ler and Arthur V, Waller; annual C E Dukenfieid
ching previous, at Anderson's school
will go democratic, and Cleveland report approved.
H Nelson ..
nday—11 a. ra. Carlton; 3 p. m.--------
Guardianship of H. G. Burns; pe G W Jones ...
and Thurman will be elected.”
i. Lafayelte. Preacher in charge.
C R Fenton..
Representative McAdoo — “That tition to sell realty granted.
J F Byers......................
iS Hibbs, 1..........
Yamhill Lumber Co...
Yamhill Lumber Co.
J D Fenton...................
W H Funk....................
8 W Funk............. .
G W KaAqian
J F Byeif,.. ... ...........
A BoWmari. ~ TTTTTTT?
Frank 8. Harding .
J F Byers.......................
Geo Dorsey.............. ,..
J P Dorsey.....................
Yamhill Lumber Co...
G W Kaufman.............
I N Collard............
J. Burt Moore,
SIC1AN AND SURGEON,
■ J. C. MICHAUX,
*• tctive experience of nine yeere
• •errice, to the people ol Lafayette
ou nd in g cenntry.
hmaker and Jeweler,
» AM c I am etock of watches, clocks,
•nd spectacles and Sells at aoprecedent-
»Cloche and Jewelry repairing a spec*
laity—All work warranted.
re me a «all.
T. € STEPHENS.
ticket cannot carry New Jersey.
Cleveland and Thurman are now
certain to be elected.” Representa
tive Burns—“The republicans have
blundered. I presume they don’t
expect, seriously, to elect that tick
et. ” -, Représentative Frank Lawler
—“I don’t see how anjr lairing
man can voto that .ticket.” But
enough of this. The above is suffi
cient and is the general reflection of ■
the opinion of every democrat in
The house has passed the public
lands bill, with an amendment re
taining title in the government to
coal mines found on the public 1
lands, but allowing entrymen to ’
mine such coal deposits until con •
gress acts further in the matter.
A new style of bandanna has
made its appearance among demo
crats here. It has portraits of
Cleveland and Thurman in the cen
ter, with an eagle and the Ameri
can shleldjin each corner.
The following I deeds were re
corded during the week ending July
U. 8. to B. C. Westfall, the east
of sej, section 22, t 2 s, r 3 w,
containing 80 acres.
Mrs. P. W. Chandler to A. J.
Stoll, block 10, McMinnville; $175.
Milton L. Edmunds and wife to
Mary C. Jones, the n w j of n e j
and me i of n w | of section 11, t 2
s, r 5 w, 80 acres; $100.
Mary and J. R. Walling to Peter
Taylor, part of block 2, Amity;
J E Richter.
W A Branson
Bonds of new county officers ap J L Davis....
J B Roes ....
In the matter of the application T
of, Josw T. Funk et al for a county H W Hewitt..
road; petition dismissed at cost of W W Nelson..
T J Harris...
In the matter of the application T
8 T Likens. .
of G. W. Landess et al for a county M Rymal........
road; Peter Thomason, W. R. John C Little A Son.
son and W. T. Kutch to assess dam W H Wood ..
ages, to meet at McMinnville, July, ' J J K
8 F Harding.,,
In the matter of the application G W Kaufman
of R. N. Snell et alior a county road; W L Bradshaw.
J B Mount........
i . ’ G H Himes.
Application of J. J. Collard et al Jones A Co.
for a county road; Wm. Hemstock, Yamhill Lumber Co
Henry Gee and G. F. Earhart, view WF Gilkey
ers, to meet at McMinnville, July J Vincent
A Spaulding .
W F Coulter.............
In the matter of the application M Mendenhall
of I. Nichols et al for a county road; S R Baxter.
N. C. Maris, P. A. Bates and Wm. A
Vincent A Spaulding
Roof, viewers, to meet at Dayton, J D Fenton ,............
In the matter of the application James lenders.
of E. A. Blair et al for county road ; G C W White
Davis and Yamhill Lumber Co
vV lllUCIB, Wm.
B. Hooper, viewers, to meet at New-, John Williams
IF M York
berg, July 17th.
• services wi'l be conducted by Rev.
f the Presbyterian church, as follows:
’bath of each month at Lafayette.
4th Sabbaths at^ena.
•bath at McCoy. All cordially invited.
Mrs. P. W. Chandler to J. D.
Nash, ’ block 6, McMinn villa; $300.
John Green and wife to I. B.
Gentry, 44 acres near Willamina;
H. Bailey and wife to I. B. Gen
try, 22 acres near Willamina: $1.
John Green and wife to I. B.
Gentry, 156 1-100 acres near Wil
Edmund Robison and wife lo
Geo. W. Bell, 6 acres in t 3 s, r 2
Charles H. Carter and wife to
Helen A. Hussey, lots 7 and 8,
block 13, Rowland’s addition to
A. B. Faulconer and wife to Mary
Thomas, lot 4, block 14, Sheridan;
Matthew Blackbum and wife to
Sam. R. Stott, certain land in t 3 s,
r 4 w; $1.
Sam. R. Stott to Albert J. Ed
son; the above land; $1.
F. H. Saylor to C. W. Talmage,
e i of block L, Saylor’s addition to
Prof. Robertson calls attention to
what he describes as a common
practice in Danish butter making.
In order to ripen the cream quickly
for churning, he says, Danish .dairy . -
farmers prepare what is called a
“fermentation starter.” As much
milk as will yield two per cent of
the whole to be churned each day
is set in the evening, and skimmed
the next morning. The cream so
obtained is warmed to 72 degrees
Fahrenheit, and placed under cover,
so as to jetain its heat,. By the
following morning it has become
sour, and is fit for use as a “fer
mentation starter.” After the bulk
of the cream has been separated by
the centrifugal machine, it is healed
to 72 degrees, and placed in tin-
lined tubes, two per cent of the
“fermentation Starter” being added,
The whole is allowed to cool down
to 28 degrees, and, after eighteen
hours, it is considered in the right
condition for churning. The tem
perature at which the cream is
churned varies from 57 to 64 de
The “bar’l” being on the wrong
Side of the house this time the re
publican organ grinders will not be
86 facetfoUs in their references, as
in the campaign of 1876. Oregon
having withdrawn from the list of
doubtful states, odr local boodle
hunters will never have the plea
sure of spending any of Morton’S
150 09 shekels.— Portland ll'elcome.